Color-Changing Labels Signal When Food Goes Bad [Video]

Color-Changing Labels Signal When Food Goes Bad [Video]
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Insignia Technologies developed a label that tells people how long a package of food has been open.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 6 november 2013

Scotland-based startup Insignia Technologies developed a “smart” label that changes color over time to indicate how long a package of food has been open.

With the smart food label, the startup aims to help reduce unnecessary waste of food due to confusing or misinterpretation of food labels.

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